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Kelly Clarkson’s Recovery Isn’t Going Well

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After the news of her appendectomy, Kelly Clarkson isn’t really happy about being out of commission, admitting that recovery “super duper sucks.”

She’s  Not Enjoying Recovery

Quick recap… recovering after surgery super duper sucks. Turns out I don’t “rest” well (so bored), pain meds make me feel a different kind of horrible 2 where I question if I’d just rather feel the pain instead, & 2 out of the 3 scars feel as if Lord Voldemort is always near.

It’s obvious that she doesn’t enjoy the medication and the downtime. And it’s no surprise that she feels ‘bored,’ when prior to the surgery, she’s been on The Voice, she voiced a character in the new UglyDolls movie, and hosted and performed at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards.

Kelly Clarkson, Appendectomy, appendix, billboard
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But she doesn’t allow her circumstance to damper her mood or her humor. She still tweets and keeps up with the fans however she can,

Kelly Clarkson’s Surgery

Just hours after the show, she immediately flew back to Los Angeles to have the procedure done. The surgery was performed at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles early Thursday morning.

Kelly Clarkson, estranged, death
Photo Credits: Kelly Clarkson/ Official Facebook Home Page

After the surgery, she took to Twitter to thank her team and console her fans that the surgery was a success.

“Not gonna lie…. I may or may not have broken down in tears after the show from pain  BUT thanks 2 all the amazing people @ Cedars-Sinai I flew home directly after the event, nailed the surgery early this morning, & feeling awesome now! Bye bye appendix 

Her post was a response to Buzzfeed reporter Jarett Wieselman, who commended her for a performance under pressure that did not show “any sign of discomfort.”

The BBMAs

Before taking the stage inside the MGM Grand Arena, Clarkson admitted to E! News that it was her childhood dream to host the star-studded event.

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In addition to her hosting duties, she also walked the red carpet, performed an amazing medley to open the show, and treated fans to a rendition of her new song.

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